Jehovah's Witness Religious Anthropology Resources

Reviewed Resources for Students and Teachers


African Methodist Episcopal Zion - Amish - Anglican/Episcopal - Assemblies of God - Baptist - Christian Science - Eastern Orthodox - Jehovah's Witness - Latter-Day Saints - Lutheran - Mennonite - Methodist - Moravian - Old Catholic - Presbyterian - Roman Catholic -  Seventh Day Adventist - Unification Church - United Church of Canada - The Way International - Worldwide Church of God 




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The links provided here are for the purpose of having online material where you can learn what each faith has to say about itself. While these links are not about "religious anthropology" per se, having a knowledge of what each faith believes can be an important tool in many studies of the anthropology of religion. 

In the review annotations, I will let the site speak for itself as much as possible.

Jehovah's Witnesses __ You will find an overview and history. "There are similarities with the Arians of the early church and the Adventist churches. The Witnesses are divided into two classes, the 144,000 "anointed ones" or "inner witnesses", and the more ordinary, "other sheep". They believe in conditional immortality, that the soul cannot exist apart from a body, meaning that humanity faces absolute death, save for the chance of escape offered by the ransom of Christ's death." - From St. Martins College - 

Jehovah's Witnesses: Watchtower Society Official Web Site __ "This is the authoritative web site about the beliefs, teachings, and activities of Jehovah's Witnesses." - illustrated - From -

What Jehovah's Witnesses Believe __ You will find the central tenets of this faith. - From -



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